If you want to add brightness to your hair and create a memorable image, try an unusual trend: orange hair. Orange hair color has many shades and interpretations, so we can safely say that the trend is available to everyone without exception.
History of Origin
Orange hair color became widespread after the model and daughter of the famous singer Georgia May Jagger published a photo with a translucent reddish-pink shade of hair. The trend was picked up by beauty bloggers and celebrity stylists. TV star Kylie Jenner wore a neon orange wig and launched the neon peach color trend. We’ll tell you about the most popular and versatile shades.
The mysterious coloring name comes from the merger of the words blonde and orange. The delicate shade combines notes of blonde and light orange. The blonde shade can vary from a rich bright orange to a pastel peach or have a pink undertone.
If you are sure that orange hair color suits you and you want to keep it for a long time, you may want to consider henna coloring. If you have naturally dark hair color, you will have to bleach and tone.
The most versatile and least extreme shade. Honey blonde and honey blond are the most successful with the “spring” color type. If you have naturally blond hair, honey shade can be obtained by rinsing your hair with chamomile broth or masks with honey and henna.
It is not necessary to make a full monochrome coloring. It will be interesting to look orange ombré or just dip dye the tips. Dip dye is a kind of ombré, which involves creating the effect of hair dipped in ink or paint. The border of such an ombré is more clear, and the shade must be very contrasting. Another interesting option is colored roots. Orange hair color will look good on warm shades of blonde, such as wheat, honey, light russet.